Unaspected Mercury can make you a loose cannon in group settings, until Friday, when it opposes Chiron.
As for the wife, she is a loose cannon, willing to sacrifice the people close to her to get what she wants.
Such sensitive information in the hands of a loose cannon is understandably unnerving to those it might affect.
While some would be afraid to hire such a loose cannon, others see raw talent.
When Diana called for an international ban, seven months before she died, a Tory minister accused her of being a "loose cannon".
Cooper and Renner are solid as the loose cannon Richie and the upstanding Carmine, respectively.
Churchill, on the contrary, they regarded with alarm, a loose cannon, a rogue elephant.
A person who is quite likely to cause damage; a wildly irresponsible person: Haig is a loose cannon on a pitching deck/ His detractors call him a loose cannon who makes recommendations in public before consulting (1977+)